This piece contains spoilers for Return of the Obra Dinn.Waves lap gently against the struts of the pier as seagulls wheel, dive, and caw overhead. Halyards on anchored sailboats gently clink in time with the movements of the water. A gentle rumble emanates from the engines of the docked Merchant Navy vessels, underscoring the whole scene. This is the harbour of Falmouth as it exists today. Situated at the mouth of the River Fal it remains a busy and important shipping hub for England's South East corner. Looking out from the pier towards the docks on a drizzly Saturday morning it's not hard to imagine the haunted corpse of a single ghost ship slowly drifting in to port. This is how Return of the Obra Dinn begins, the titular ship borne into the bay with damaged sails and a slaughtered crew. The player is hired by the East India Company to investigate the grizzly fate of the ship's crew and find out just how this came to pass. Set as it is during the early 1800's, Return of the Obra … [Read more...] about Exploring Falmouth and the naval history behind Return of the Obra Dinn
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GTA 5 roleplaying serversRead more of Joe's adventures on GTA 5's roleplaying servers below:That time he robbed banks while pretending to be a journalistThat time he had to sing in an auditionThat time he went to a nightmare version of Liberty City "I think I see it," says Walter. He sounds pleased, excited, optimistic. I've known this man for all of 20 minutes, and he is undoubtedly my easiest mark so far. Truth be told, I don't even know his name. I've conjured his epithet on account of his bald, bespectacled, fedora-sporting avatar that makes him look ever-so-slightly like the lead character from Breaking Bad. I don't know what Walter does for a living here in this GTA 5 roleplaying server, nor where he stays, or whether or not he drives a car. I know nothing. Actually, that's not true. I do know he is not getting a refund on the two thousand dollars he's just dropped to join Phase Two of my rural Los Santos-based whale-worshiping cult. Come on, that was a given. "I … [Read more...] about I started a cult and scammed players for thousands in GTA 5
Before the end of this year we'll have online versions of the Fallout series and Red Dead Redemption, an idea that would've seemed crazy ten years ago. Now players are demanding long-term relationships with even the most narrative-driven single-player series, refusing to accept that the missions ever have to end. They don't want NPCs, they want real people, they want in-game events that are public, they want to show off every chunk of armor or sharp shot. We got the GamesRadar+ team to share their ideas for the next big online universe. This is the latest in a series of big questions we'll be interrogating our writers with, so share your answers and suggestions for topics with us on Twitter. Pokemon Although technically you could classify Pokemon Go as the multiplayer version of Pokemon, it still feels like an incredibly personal experience. But imagine a Pokemon world that's like Destiny or Monster Hunter World, filled with fellow trainers on their quest to catch 'em … [Read more...] about With Fallout 76 out soon, what other single-player game to do you want to see made into an online experience?